verb (used without object), coincided, coinciding.
to occupy the same place in space, the same point or period in time, or the same relative position: The centers of concentric circles coincide. Our vacations coincided this year.
to correspond exactly, as in nature, character, etc.: His vocation coincides with his avocation.
to agree or concur, as in thought or opinion: Their opinions always coincide.

1635–45; < Medieval Latin coincidere, equivalent to Latin co- co- + incidere to befall; see incident

uncoincided, adjective
uncoinciding, adjective

3. accord, correspond, match, tally, jibe, square.

3. differ, contradict. Unabridged
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coincide (ˌkəʊɪnˈsaɪd)
1.  to occur or exist simultaneously
2.  to be identical in nature, character, etc
3.  to agree
[C18: from Medieval Latin coincidere, from Latin co- together + incidere to occur, befall, from cadere to fall]

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Word Origin & History

c.1641, from Fr. coincider (14c.), from M.L. coincidere (in astrological use), from L. co- "together" + incidere "to fall upon" (in- "upon + cadere "to fall;" see case (1)).
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Example sentences
As it turned out, the anniversary coincides with the closing of one era in
  molecular biology and the transition to a new one.
Human consciousness coincides with the development of language skills.
Wind turbine output is low, variable, and rarely coincides with demand.
Their removal coincides with an increase in autism rates.
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